When will I receive a bill? Where can I see my balance ?
DO NOT WAIT FOR A PAPER BILL. Your itemized bill and balance due must be accessed through the myUCCS Portal. Access the Student Financials (Bursar) area in the myUCCS Portal to view your itemized statement and balance, enroll in a deferred payment plan, and make payments. Should you require an account summary that includes charges and payments from the previous term, please send a request to our office at email@example.com. Be sure to include the term(s) for which you need documentation.
What if I register for classes after the first due date?
Extended registration for the semester runs through the Census date (see the Calendar page for dates). After Census, students will be required to pay in-full (use the Bill Estimator if needed) before you will be allowed to register for courses.
What happens when I enroll in a payment plan?
Payment plans help students by dividing the full balance into multiple, smaller balances and monthly payment dates. Each smaller balance will be paid automatically via credit card or your bank, depending on how you set up the payment plan. While enrolled in a payment plan, and while payments are being paid automatically, late fees will not be assessed. However, once payments stop happening automatically (ie., invalid credit card, insufficient bank funds), late fees will restart on the unpaid past-due balance. Go to our Payment Policies and Deadlines page for more information.
What happens if I do not pay my balance in-full by the payment due dates, and I'm not enrolled in a payment plan?
Students will be assessed late fees when charges are not paid by their due dates. Bills not paid by their respective payment deadline will be assessed a once-per-semester prorated late fine of up to $50 (see the chart below) AND a %1 per month service charge on the unpaid balance (12% A.P.R).
I need to send my payment to you by overnight or Express mail. Where do I send it?
If you need to get your payment to us by overnight or Express mail, you should send it to the street address for our office (find our contact info here).
I pay my dependent's bill, so why can't I get his/her account details?
Due to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) we are not allowed to give information concerning a student’s account to anyone other than the student. The exception is if the student has filled out a parental authorization form which can be obtained from Admissions and Records.